Note: The Console view has additional controls to configure its appearance. See Console view for more information.Meters are helpful in determining the relative volumes of your audio tracks and in detecting and preventing overload. By default, the Console view displays output level meters in main out modules at all times, and displays record level meters in individual tracks whenever they are armed and have an audio input. The display of meters, however, can place a considerable load on your computer. Showing only the peak indicators, or hiding the meters entirely, can reduce the load on your computer. This may increase the number of audio tracks and real-time effects you can play back at one time.
1. Click the Track view Tracks menu and choose Track Manager to open the Track Manager dialog box.
2. In the list, check those tracks you would like displayed in the view in which you are working, and uncheck the rest. You can use SHIFT-click, CTRL-click, or the quick select buttons to select multiple modules; press the SPACEBAR to check or uncheck all the selected modules at once. Please note that the track display selections you make in the Track view do not affect those in the Console view and vice versa.
3. Click OK.
Right-click on the module and choose Hide Track or Hide Bus.
Click the Track view Options menu, point to Meter Options and select one of the following options:
Track Record Meters. Displays record meters for any armed track.
Track Playback Meters. Displays playback meters.
Bus Meters. Displays meters in buses.
1. Right-click in the Bus pane (to add a bus at the end of the current buses) or over an existing bus (to add a bus before it).
2. Select Insert Stereo Bus or Insert Surround Bus from the menu that appears.
2. Select Delete Bus from the menu that appears.
Note: If you have any track or bus routed through the bus you delete, the signal will be rerouted to the deleted bus’s output.
2. Select Insert Send for a list of buses available.
2. Right-click on the control and choose Value > Set Snap-To=Current.
2. Choose Insert Audio Track or Insert MIDI Track.
3. If you rename a track, the new name is copied to the Track view. If no name has been assigned to a track, the Console view and Track view display the track’s number.
2. Click the Link button .
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